At these blossoming tables, conversation will be anything but garden variety. For centerpieces, print our exclusive clip art onto 11-by-17-inch paper, wrap around square candleholders, and trim the bottoms with ribbon.
You can also learn how to make our floral table numbers and download the clip art here.
Turn our designs into fabric by printing them onto iron-on transfer paper or sending them away to be made into cloth. All you need for these shoe clips is a little creativity. Iron transfers onto cotton organdy, cut out, stack, and sew through the center. Fluff to create dimension. Iron-on transfer paper, epson.com.
Fashion an apron full of posies out of custom-printed fabric and a simple white ribbon. To tweak an already adorable cardigan, construct simple cloth-covered buttons. Your flower girl will want to wear it again and again. Fabric, Spoonflower. "Storytime" cardigan, and "Annabelle" dress, both Crewcuts by J.Crew.
For these wreaths, print design onto card stock, and cut out with scissors. Make a slit at the top of wreath with a craft knife, then slip ribbon through, and tie. Chino jacket, and pants, both J.Crew. "Mallory" dress, Jenny Yoo Collection. "Fuchsia" heels, by Pura Lopez, from April Lane. Earrings, Kenneth Jay Lane, 877-953-5264.
Bring the garden to the dessert table -- no planting required! Simply send our images to a company that creates personalized confections, and let them do the heavy lifting for you. We asked a few of our favorite vendors to create the sweets on the next few slides. An arrangement of white chocolate medallions on a simple white tray will prove to be irresistible. Chocolate medallions, Prints on Chocolate.
Give tables an artful edge with sheer scalloped tablecloths. Print clip art onto transfer paper, cut out close to design, iron onto silk organdy, and then cut hem as close to flower design as possible (the iron-on will prevent fraying). Once you've created the frilly shape, drape it over a red seersucker tablecloth. Iron-on transfer paper, Epson. Organdy, B&J Fabrics.
Transform a simple three-tier white cake into a showstopper with paper garlands. Assemble the faux-floral trimming by attaching strips of clip-art flowers with royal icing to the tiers -- overlap the pieces to create dimension -- and place a single bud at each point. Coordinating seersucker ribbon and a simple calligraphy monogram bring it all together.
If you love being surrounded by flowers, then let the natural beauty of a floral garden inspired your bridal registry. Our editors have pulled together their favorite items for your tabletop that have blooming patterns and motifs.
Fawn over the flowers these real brides chose for their bundles.See the Blooms